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Khalid Al Mouahidi : A binational from the US and Morocco, Khalid El Mouahidi has worked for several american companies in the Maghreb Region and is currently based in Casablanca, where he is doing consulting jobs for major international companies . Khalid writes analytical pieces about economic ties between the Maghreb and the Mena Region, where he has an extensive network

USA: FBI Most Wanted for Email Fraud is from Nigeria

The United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in a press statement released on its website, declared a Nigerian national living in New York wanted for defrauding victims of over $5 million. According to the FBI, Kelechi Declan James, 32, ran an online scheme with four co-conspirators that tricked victims into wiring money to bank […]

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Morocco: BCIJ busts terror cell in Fez & Moulay Yacoub

The interior ministry of Morocco announced late Wednesday the arrest of seven men in the city of Fez and Moulay Yacoub in terrorism related investigations. The seven men were part of a terror cell operating in the two cities. Their arrest was made possible thanks to country’s Central Bureau of Judicial Investigation (BCIJ), the ministry […]

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Drop in Oil Prices Unveils Vulnerability of Algerian Economy

Algerian authorities have finally been compelled to face the reality and admit the failure of their economic model based on crude oil exports and trade. Global oil prices have fallen sharply over the past years, leading to significant revenue shortfalls in many energy exporting nations, including Algeria, member of the OPEC. The falling prices of […]

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Nigeria: Security services foil Boko Haram attack on American and British embassies

Nigeria Department State Services (DSS) on Tuesday arrested five suspects who had allegedly concluded plans to attack the United States and United Kingdom embassies in the West African terror-stricken nation. According to the DSS, The Islamist militant group, Boko Haram suspects were arrested in Yobe state on March 22 gave details of the plot and […]

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US plans arm deal with terror-stricken Nigeria

United States government is planning to sell up to a dozen ground attack aircraft to Nigeria’s air force in a deal that could be worth up to $600 million, Reuters reported Monday. The deal according to Reuters will help the West African most populous nation in its fight against the Islamic-state affiliated group Boko Haram. […]

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South Africa’s Mbeki questions Jacob Zuma’s fate

South Africa’s former president, Thabo Mbeki in a letter published by The Star newspaper on Monday, urged Members of Parliament (MPs) to vote based on the will of the people during an impending no-confidence motion tabled by opposition parties against incumbent Jacob Zuma. Mbeki says although it could be assumed that MPs must respect decisions […]

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Mali president names new PM

Mali’s defence minister and close ally to President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, was named prime minister of the West African war-torn nation this weekend. Abdoulaye Idrissa Maiga replaced Modibo Keita, according to a decree read on state television. “The president of the republic, in accordance with the constitution, decrees that Abdoulaye Idrissa Maiga is prime minister,” […]

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Gambia: Barrow’s party wins majority in first post-Jammeh poll

Gambia’s electoral commission chair on Friday indicated that the party of new President Adama Barrow has won a majority of seats in parliament. More than 880,000 Gambians have voted for members of their one-chamber parliament in the first polls since Yahya Jammeh left power after more than 22 years. Independent Electoral Commission Chair Alieu Momarr […]

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South Africa: About 30,000 protesters call on Jacob Zuma to quit

Thousands of South Africans took to the streets demanding the resignation of scandal-tainted Zuma, who for now retains the support of the ruling ANC. According to local media, Members of the ruling African National Congress party assaulted several protesters participating in a Johannesburg march organized by the Democratic Alliance, South Africa’s biggest opposition party. Some […]

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Rwanda sacks state-run airline CEO

Rwanda government on Thursday announced the replacement of the CEO of its state-run airline without any reason, Reuters reports Accoring to the cabinet statement, the government had named Chance Ndagano as RwandAir’s acting chief executive officer, replacing John Mirenge. Mirenge had been at the helm of RwandAir since 2010 and is credited with steering an […]

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